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why is he so weak? why is hillary so weak? we want to hear your comments. thanks for being with us. we'll see you hopefully back here tomorrow night. thank you for being with us. >> "the o'reilly factor" is on. tonight: >> this orlando attack was just absolutely horrendous and, yet, he still doesn't even use the word of radical islamic terror. >> that's the key they tell us. we can't beat isil unless we call them radical islamist. what exactly would using this label accomplish? >> a verbal war breaks out over the orlando terror attack between president obama and donald trump. tonight, we'll analyze it with kirsten powers and karl rove. >> i just don't think our situation is comparable to lexington and concord. >> you to understand the history and emotion tied into the second amendment. >> trying to make the terror issue all about gun control.
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tonight, we'll take a hard look at that. >> do you know who alexander hamilton was? >> yeah. >> who? >> president. [ buzzer ] >> also ahead, hamilton sweeping the nation. but do the folks really know anything about old alexander? >> life, liberty, and. >> freedom of speech. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. ♪ ♪ >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. acceptable losses. that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. in the debate over the orlando terror attack and fighting isis in general, both the left and the right are making major mistakes and those mistakes are getting people killed. the so-called acceptable losses theory. today under heavy pressure president obama was force to do talk tough about the isis
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savages. >> our mission is to destroy isil. since i asked to update the american people on our campaign two months ago we see this continues to be a difficult fight but we are making significant progress. >> well, some progress is being made in the half measures being used againsts savages. but not enough progress to vanquish the jihad or even dent their murderous swagger. the president and the american left, they have a good measure of responsibility for not annihilating tear threats ongoing and changed our way of life. here are the facts. the left opposes a declaration of war against radical islamic organizations. they oppose the patriot act, which gives u.s. intelligence agencies more tools to blunt attacks. the left opposes tough border security measures. in fact, some in that crew even want open borders. many on the left would not even support kate's law
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which quickly and harshly punishes violent foreigners who defy deportation and, perhaps, the greatest hypocrisy of all. instead of demanding strong punishment for criminals and terrorists who use guns, the left stands silent and so does mr. obama. all they want is to obliterate the second amendment, which was put into the constitution to give us the right to protect ourselves from bad people. it's the guns, not the terror threat that really move the left. >> all you people on twitter that like to come after folks, back up. because you can't explain this. >> no. >> you can't explain this away. you couldn't explain it in sandy hook. you can't explain it here. keep your thoughts to yourself. i don't care what you think. back off me. i don't care. >> the orlando attack has mobilized americans and quickly become a campaign and presidential legacy issue. in response to persistent criticism that he does not
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verbally define islamic terrorism, mr. obama today said this. >> there's not been a moment in my seven and a half years as president where we have not been able to pursue a strategy because we didn't use the label radical islam. not once has an advisor of mine said man, if we really use that phrase, we're going to turn this whole thing around. not o >> here's what the president does not seem to understand. it is his job to lead the world against the jihadi. by not even spelling out the precise danger, by using substitute wording for islamic terrorism, he is sending a message that it's not really the faulted of the muslim world that this atrocious jihadist campaign has taken root. it's not really their fault. but here's the truth. if all the good muslims in the world would unite
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against the jihadi, it would be wiped out in weeks. are we clear? now, the right wing responsibility. there is too much gun crime in the u.s.a. and high powered weaponry is too easy to get. that's the fact. so let's deal with it. we all have the right to bear arms. but we don't have the right to buy and maintain mortars. even if you feel threatened by gangsters or a new world order. no bazookas, no sherman tanks, no hand grenades. that's because the second amendment clearly states the government has a right to regulate militias, made up of individuals. they have that right in the name of public safety. therefore, congress should debate what kind of weapons should be available for public sale. and the states, the
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individual states should decide what kind of carry laws are good for their own people. new laws are definitely needed in the age of terrorism and mass murder. the fbi and other federal agencies need the power to stop suspected terrorists or other evil doers from buying weapons that law needs to be very precise. also gun dealers all across america should be required to report the sale of certain kinds of guns heavy weapons directly to the fbi. not handguns, not talking about that but other weapons that would be defined by congress that is a sane approach and would make it a lot tougher for the omar mateens of the world to get the weaponry to kill. although as talking points has stated many, many times, no society will ever stop all gun crimes, especially in a country which has hundreds of millions of guns already in circulation.
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now back to isis. according to a study by the ran corporation. the number of sunni muslims doubled between 2010 and 2013. the prime years of president obama's pull back or retreat in iraq in the middle east. just since 2014 more than 1,000 human beings have been murdered by isis outside of their base areas in syria and iraq. while president obama is content with wearing isis down direct fight to others, that strategy is clearly leading to more death and disruptions all over the planet. but the left will not see that this is a war worth fighting. >> after 9/11, we went to war in iraq. treated as a military. >> that was a mistake. >> why is this the this not a mistake. >> because we wouldn't be an occupier here. this is a war of attrition
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against that terror group that's the same against the nazis. it's the third reich, it's insane. >> how did that stop a lone gunman in the united states. >> it doesn't. you can't stop it. >> you can't stop it why would we then declare war based on this? [ applause ] >> because then rather than outsourcing the fight against isis to the kurds, nato would do it. and nato would then destroy command and control of isis. all right. and al qaeda. destroy it. so there would be -- right now, guys like mateen think isis is winning because they are on the internet and isis is telling them they are winning and isis is causing all kinds of trouble. once the world sees that these people are being annihilated and i mean annihilated, right? that whole propaganda we are winning the jihadi, the caliphate, we are going to get this established vanishes. >> by the way we posted the
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entire interview on colbert on air. just in time to prove my point a new fox news poll asks americans if the u.s.a. is a stronger or weaker country under president obama's leadership? the poll among registered voters is instructive. 49% say the u.s.a. is weaker since mr. obama took office. 40% stronger. summing up, the islamic i didn't haditha has declared war on america and the west. we have not, have not respond to do their violence with any kind of urgency. we are reactive rather than aggressive. at home, we need tighter regulation of individual weapons of mass destruction. but we also need to stop demonizing good people who own guns for protection and want to keep their rights in place. clear? hope so. and that's the memo. next on the rundown, kirsten powers will real estate ply. later a bit of lightness we
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impact segment tonight. joining me from washington kirsten powers. you heard the stats from rand's study that under president obama's watch terrorism is expanding what say you. >> i'm not surprised terrorism is expanding. this study is from 2014. i don't know what's happened in the last couple years. >> it's gotten worse in the last couple years. >> yeah, it would strike me as a true statement. i don't know who would dispute the fact that terrorism has expanded in the world. >> isn't that a bad thing. >> yes. >> doesn't the president bear responsibility for some of that. >> i don't know. we have talked about this before. >> he is the leader of the country. >> i know. but you believe that we can eradicate terrorism and i'm
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less inclined to belief that. >> i don't believe we can eradicate it i believe we can defeat it. >> there are things we could have done differently for sure. he under estimated the threat. we can start from there. calling isis the jv team. if you think they are jv team you are probably not going to respond to them. >> acceptable losses that is the philosophy in place in washington right now. that, we have to bear it. we have to bear orlando and we have to bear boston and san bernardino and paris and brussels. we have to bear it we can't actually join together in a nato alliance and say, you know what? here they are, raqqa, syria, we know they are there. we know they are in this town on the libyan coast. we are going to organize and go in and take care of them and show the world that this is not going to continue on our watch. we're going to declare war, congress is, we're going to use the war powers act to investigate people like mateen in a more aggressive way. doesn't that make sense to
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you? you are very focused that you wanted to declare war and the president wants toe do this. >> no he doesn't. >> when when did the president. >> he said in his state of the union that he wanted authorization and republicans made it very clear that they weren't going to vote for it because it wasn't the authorization that they wanted. it is something that he wants and something that he should have, frankly. >> i dispute that he has ever asked and we have the speaker of the house tomorrow paul ryan and i'm going to ask him has the president ever come to you and asked for you to put forth a declaration. >> not a formal request but he definitely made it clear he wanted it and the republicans made it clear they are not going to give it to them. rewind the tape and it's exactly what i said the first time. >> i'm going to ask mr. ryan if the president has ever come and asked for a declaration of war. >> that's not what i said he did. he wants it. he is in agreement with you on that. >> no, he's not. >> i don't know why you
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can't see that there is agreement on that. >> rhetoric in action. so in world war ii we had churchill, right? in the cold war we had reagan. and the war on terror we have obama. do you not see the difference? here's the thing. you are suggesting barack obama has not done anything. you are suggesting he has not gone to war. that's not what most people want to do. >> i believe that's wrong. in a poll most people would want a declaration of war. >> there is a difference of having ground troops somewhere and having declaration of war. what you want is ground troops. >> bearable losses theory is okay with kirsten bought line. >> actually it's not the bought line. you need to do a lot of the things to stop terrorism and i think president obama has done that the one thing you don't want to talk about really although i have to say you did talk about it a
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bit in your talking points but i still don't understand how it would work of getting rid of the type of guns. >> congress passes. >> that was used to kill 50 people. >> very simple, congress passes laws, they did in 1994, certain type of weaponries, certain type of rifles are not allow to do be sold in the u.s.a. >> you think we should ban that rifle? >> i don't know enough about rifles. i want congress to debate it and i want a vote on it? >> so you are open to it. >> that's the way we do it. all right, kirsten, thank you very much. directly ahead, new information says orlando killer's wife may have known he was going to murder people. that is a major donald trump theme. then, later, shocking reversal in the jesse ventura lawsuit against the "american sniper" chris a heart attack doesn't care if you run everyday, or if you're young or old. no matter who you are a heart attack can happen without warning. if you've had a heart attack, a bayer aspirin regimen can help prevent another one. be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen.
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>> by a bunch of gutter snipes being paid by the washington post to attack trump? all they do? >> don't forget, you and i are attacked -- >> right. >> let me just tell you. people are attacked all the time. >> and washington -- >> remember, people tried to get fox news excluded from the press corps. >> they didn't do that. >> other organizations say you have a right as a major news organization. >> can the washington post report what they want. this isn't the first time a campaign is going could deny access for reporters to a publication. it happens all the time.
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the washington post hired 20 oppositions to dig up dirt on donald trump. the headline is prepose sisterus. >> you -- you say -- >> if that is -- >> did you see trump on this program? i did. >> i asked about it. okay? he said look. i'm just fortunate it was an implication that ties it in there. >> the situation was president obama's motives for not being aggressive enough against isis. because nothing to do with orlando. >> he suggested it might be something more than incompetence. >> not orlando.
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>> i didn't know. >> that is why you've got to declare it. >> she deleted her e-mails. >> potentially i think it's supporters and i think a lot of americans -- >> in the -- >> sounds like -- >> okay. fine. let's get on to this wife of the terrorist who killed these people. there are reports they're unnamed reports, i hesitate to owe do this that the wife knew this he said muslims aren't turning muslims in.
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i don't want to convict this woman. we don't have anything on the record. what do you say? >> reportedly she drove him around to look at the nightclub and scout possible venues. >> we don't know that is true. >> but that is the allegation. >> by whom? >> it's been reported. >> i'm nervous about this. this woman, if she did this. >> so i think you're right, fbi there is talking to her, trump has something to say here. >> muslims have to report it. if they don't report it, they have to have consequences to them. >> that is some sound byte a day
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before this story breaks. >> he's on to something here, it's being a good american. >> we know she didn't report it. >> i don't know what the woman knew if she knew anything. there are mass murderers whose close friends and wives don't know anything. >> the least of the, this guy was friends with an american suicide bomber. >> he is a bad guy. and. >> if the wife did do anything, we agree, prosecute her. >> juan would like to remind
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the best or nothing. 2016 segment last night i talked with stephen colbert on late night for about 30 minutes long. topics ranged from terrorism to gun control. donald trump allegedly exploiting the orlando situation. >> what do you think of donald trump's response so far? >> well, it's a political response. >> it seems fairly congratulatory. >> yes, it is. is he a politician. it shouldn't shock you. trump has two things. >> there are other politicians who would not say i appreciate the congrats or i called it. that's not political behavior. that's grandstanding. >> he wants to be president. he is using this terrorism issue, all right, to bolster his popularity. >> so he making a political tool out of a terror attack? >> that's what is he doing. >> okay. >> all right. with us now here in new york city karl rove. so mr. colbert and others are offended and what i was
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trying to tell him and i don't think i got it out is that trump's two big issues are economy and terrorism. he made another right prediction about muslims not turning in other muslims when they know they are getting ready to commit terror. so, should people be offended if a politician, whether it be trump or hillary clinton or barack obama takes death and tries to make a political point? >> look, they are entitled to do be upset if they like. they have got to be even handed. stephen colbert. hypocritical or hypocritical is he. hillary clinton change the nature of her speech she was going to deliver and instead address the issue ever terrorism. today the president of the united states and she both double teamed donald trump over this incident. over the brutal attack in orlando. the president hijacked the state floor of the white house in order to make a political address attacking donald trump. now, let's watch and hold our breath to see if stephen
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colbert jumps up and down on them for, quote, exploiting the situation. >> it isn't quite the same thing. >> what colbert and others who don't like trump are objecting to is they are framing it that trump is happy about the terror attack because it proves him right. >> that's ridiculous. >> i didn't see that. >> that's ridiculous. i do wish one of the first words we had heard from him was not congratulations are due to me because i predicted we would have lone wolf attacks like this in the unitedg[4 look, he has every right, she has every right. the president has every right to talk about this and to frame it if they like in a campaign context. my concern is not that he is talking about it, he has a lead on the issue of who is better to handle the issue of terrorism. my concern is about what he is saying. >> do you believe that between hillary clinton, former secretary of state, and donald trump, former host of the apprentice, that trump has a stronger, better thought out anti-terror policy? >> he has a stronger image
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among the american people. >> what do you think as an analyst? >> my problem is what did he focus on? he has in the past talked about things like increasing air strikes. go back to last december. there was a gallup poll which will of these steps would be useful taking on isis increasing air strikes. sending in special operators to take on isis. even sending large numbers of u.s. troops which he does not support, 59%. diplomatic efforts to end the syrian war 56%. provide more training and equipment to the iraqis and syrians, 55%. all of those are winners. what did he talk about? he talked about primarily the policy of not allowing muslims into the country. >> that has propelled him, surely you know. this exactly there are two ways to talk about this. ways talk about it propelled him in the republican primary and the way to talk about this in the general election. go back to gallup poll gave two elections.
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overhaul the visa waiver. tighter screening into the u.s. 79% in favor of it. new law prevent any muslim from entering the u.s. 38%. he had a choice. he could have framed this in a way that said, you know what? we need to take a temporary halt on these people coming from bad parts of the world until we can get it all sorted out and be sure we are keeping america safe. >> that's what he said? >> it came off as we don't want muslims to come in. if he had said it more towards that first way we would be getting 80% of the americans to agree with him. >> even though the anti-muslim rhetoric propelled him to win the republican nomination. >> in which 6% of the total eligible voters voted and he got less than 3% of the total. >> he has to moderate. he can still say we have to vet them all but moderate. >> i don't want to use moderate. temper his comments and what will imagine advertise issues to draw people to him. one way is the way he did this weekend. let's not let the muslims in. another way is to say by god
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thanks for staying with us. i'm boiler in the is it locally segment tonight. good news for widow of chris crime, the "american sniper." you may remember keil wrote a book criticizing former minnesota governor jess is ventura for bad mouthing navy seals kyle says in his presence. the sniper, as you may know, was murdered in 2013, but when he was promoting his book, we talked about the ventura situation. >> you say you knocked jesse ventura to the floor with a punch. now, you don't mention his name but everybody knows who that is. number one, that happened? you knocked him out? >> well, i knocked him down. >> knocked him down. why? why would you punch ventura? >> i was in 2006 was the year that lost our first
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two seals in iraq. we came home and we lost our last guy just before coming home. we had the wake in a seal bar there in core nada and he was there. >> he was bad mouthing the war, right? >> bad mouthing the war, bad mouthing bush and bad mouthing america. >> and you took exception? >> i did find a problem with it. >> here now attorneys and fox news analysts kimberly guilfoyle and lis wiehl. wiehl, in the ventura sued for, what, libel? >> defamation gleand wins. >> he wins. >> the jury awards him 1.8 million. >> yeah. a lot of money 1.8. >> now a federal appeals court. >> eighth circuit overturned that. >> for what reason? >> they said that venturas lawyers talked about deaf testimony immigration insurance in that courtroom to the jury. you can't talk about defamation insurance. in other words, the publish everywhere of the book, harper collins had insurance. it wasn't going to be kyle's
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widow that was going to be pay whatever damage. tawas going to be the book publisher. >> do we know what context that was brought up. >> yes, we do. sorry. >> the problem not only did he bring up defamation and. this you can't bring up defamation insurance. the jury is going to say she can pay for it and cover it also unjust enrichment was part of this saying this guy made so much money off of this book because of what was in the book about me. and two witnesses that were improperly cross-examined. so it's really a matter of his attorney meagerrers. >> do we know how the attorney presented the insurance to the jury? >> yes. in closing argument, the attorney talks about the insurance that the harper collins insurance. and also the attorney put two witnesses from harper collins on the stand and there talked about the insurance. >> all right. so that was the reason. >> improper. >> that the court of appeals threw the whole thing out and now they want a new trial. >> they vacated the 1.8-million-dollar judgment. 500 for defamation 1.3 for
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unjust enrichment. appeal it up to the supreme court. >> ventura is going to be furious. >> and start this all over again because they didn't say it could not be brought forward. >> or crop it. >> i doubt it. >> warned about the internet time and time again. a woman wants to be a model reads something on the internet about going to miami and auditioning for something and pick up the story from there. >> the website is called model aspiring model and want to do get work. a way to network and connect linked in for models. posted an ad about herself with some pictures. then two guys answered this ad hey come travel here. we will take pictures of you. >> miami. >> correct. >> then what happened was when she went there, it was a horror. she was drugged. she was raped. and they made a pornographic film with her in it. >> did they arrest the men. >> yes. and they are serving 12 consecutive life sentences and nine other women. >> good. >> nine other women came
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forward and testified. >> did the same thing. they are in jail forever as they should be. >> yeah. >> wiehl, the woman is now suing civilly. who is she suing? >> suing model >> okay. >> trying to get the suit. >> but the communications decency act has protected these internet providers for years, since 19 the 6 this act has been around. >> liability. >> for liability. now, it's a major victory though for her and these other women going forward because the court, ninth circuit, most liberal court in the country wait a second, you don't have a free pass. you don't get a get out of jail free card for this communication decency act. >> what is the woman suing for? >> so the woman is suing for damages because obviously, they had knowledge is what she was able to prove of prior instances of impropriety and rape glealings of these guys? >> correct. you let these people go there they are trafficking on your website. i subsequently was raped,.
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>> failure to -- amount to a lawsuit. >> facebook and craigslist and all these places filed briefs. >> against it because they could be held libel too. >> they don't want liability. >> craigslist six or seven women were murdered in long island and buried in a swamp because they were procured from creation list. >> exactly. they are just saying you have a duty to inform us about this if you know these people are out. >> there let's follow this model case. appreciate it as always. watters explored the alexander hamilton phenomenon on broadway. >> do you know who hamilton was. >> yes, most definitely. >> who? [ laughter ] >> come on. >> right back with it. [ guitar playing ]
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tonight, "watters world," the hamilton edition. as you may know the play hamilton here in new york city won 11 tony awards on sunday. it's the hottest ticket in the country. we sent watters out to the theater to explore the fen enemy numb. ♪ ♪ >> why are you seeing hamilton? >> i have been obsessed with it for a few months and the line is not that long so it's worth a shot. >> i heart cats is better. [ laughter ] >> that thing had nine lives, she just spent them all. [ laughter ] >> do you want to see hamilton? >> yes. it's a shakespeare classic. >> i'm afraid you wandered into the wrong theater. >> hottest ticket on broadway. >> i think she is the hottest ticket on broadway. how much were the tickets? >> way too much. they were $1,000 for or orchestra 3,000.
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>> do you guys feel guilty stepping over homeless people to go see this show. >> this is where i live little man. >> who was alexander hamilton? >> who was am hamilton? >> um. >> he helped start america's bank and he helped with the constitution. >> the treasury secretary? >> during washington's administration, he was a ret revolutionary war fighter under washington. >> he wrote the declaration. >> do you know how he died? >> no. >> a duel. >> oh, really? >> yeah. >> did he lose? >> are you messing with me? >> he was in a duel with aaron burr. >> on a boat? >> no. ♪ who did america declare its independent from? >> britain. >> france. >> france. we come from france. >> i don't know, weren't we
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against the soviets? >> really, that's amazing. >> i thought it was great britain. >> england. >> do you know which king america declared our independent from? >> george. >> king? >> henry? >> not king henry. >> king charles. >> no, king? >> david? >> king? >> george. >> yes! king george iii. >> that was a long time ago. >> oh, my god. >> when did america declare its independence? >> 1776. >> that is correct. >> 1763? >> 1776. >> 1786? >> 1776. >> that's what i was going to say. how many coleries were there in the beginning? >> 15? >> lower? >> 10? >> come on. cut it out. >> how many original colonies? >> 13. >> can you name any?
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>> boston. >> alabama? >> i'm going to go with puerto rico. >> virginia, massachusetts, rhode island, new york, connecticut, delaware, new jersey, pennsylvania -- >> stop while you're ahead. >> nerd alert. >> i'm watters. >> and this is your world. >> all right, we should note the prices are by the scalpers, the secondary market. because it's sold out until 2050. the kid with the orange hair, i mean, he could be a history teacher. >> he knew everything. i was very surprised. >> interesting, the duel was in wehoken, new york. it's unbelievable. it's worth going to. best view in new york city. where he and beuerleurr lined u shoot each other. they kept it right the way it was. and the play "hamilton,"
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everybody tells me is unbelievably good. >> think the ticket is going for $2100 and it's in the mezzanine so you can't see anything. you said it was the hottest ticket in the country. what about bolt fresh? >> a hot ticket but we have limited capacity. this is like every night. >> just wanted to clear that up. >> we don't want to do any plugs. i'm really -- i must say, i'm really happy the show has hit it so big because it does draw attention to hamilton who was a hero. back to tip of the day, yahoo! at it again, slanting the political landscape. we'll deal with it in the tip. ♪ before it became a medicine, it was an idea. an inspiration. a wild "what-if." so scientists went to work.
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they examined 87 different protein structures. had 12 years of setbacks and breakthroughs, 4,423 sleepless nights, and countless trips back to the drawing board. at first they were told no, well... maybe, and finally: yes. then it was 36 clinical trials, 8,500 patient volunteers, and the hope of millions. and so after it became a medicine, someone who couldn't be cured, could be. me. ♪
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this year, the patriot welcome mats, no spin dad mugs, spin stops here along with all the factor clothing including great new ties made in america. everything's moving fast. also, the american historical documents make great gifts. the books, legends and lies of patriots. if you get a bill o' premium membership, which he'll like, you get any would be of my books. what more can we do? the mailbox. our constitutional right to keep and bear arms was given to us so we may stop government from taking away our rights. true, but back then, the founders feared a military coup. that's protection too, bob, and that's why the second amendment will remain in place. it's basically the same thing, protection for you and your family. bill, you disagree with trump's
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temporary ban on muslims entering the usa. we're talking refugees, not visitors with valid visas. any muslim seeking a life in america will have to have rigorous checks. but banning muslim visitors alienates those overseas trying to help us. james sortie, greentown, pennsylvania. if you think syrian women and children don't pose a problem, just look at san bernardino. bruce frazer, british columbia, canada. why do you turn everything into an attack on president obama? orlando was not isis. if you have a beef with my analysis of mr. obama's terra strategy, get specific, bruce. i do. laura, houston, texas. o'reilly, good job on colbert. i don't think he badgered me, he
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challenged. but he was overwhelmed by facts and common sense. bob, lake forest, california. i cheapered watching you on colbert, thanks for speaking for me. mr. colbert cleaned your clock. you know, i believe the tin man in toto saw it the same way. karen, ohio, i gave my husband the best father's day gift ever. meet and greet seats to see you and miller in atlanta. what a nice wife you are. can't wait to meet you. we'll see everybody in mohegan sun connecticut this coming saturday. day before father's day. denver in the fall as well. bill o' make great gifts. very happy birthday. 101, irvin is. way to go. tip of the day. the huffington post despises donald trump. they don't even cove er him in
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traditional way. they mock him as an entertainer. yahoo! news service, very left wing. makes google look like the rush limbaugh show. the headline steven colbert goads bill owe riley into a big admission about trump. they picked up that headline from the trump-hating huffington post. colbert and i discussed how donald trump is incorporating the orlando terror attack into his campaign rhetoric. i pointed out all politicians react to awful situations, mr. trump included. because terrorism is a big issue for trump, it's totally in context. but of course the huffington post doesn't point that out and yahoo! running it with a big headline is misleading for everybody. that is it for us tonight. please check out the fox factor website. we'd like you to spout off about the factor. name and town if you wish to opine.
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word of the day, codswallop. i am bill o'reilly. please remember that the spin stops here. we're definitely looking out for you. breaking tonight. a new arrest in the orlando terror attack may come at any time now. as we get reports from reuters news service that omar mateen's wife could face serious charges as soon as tomorrow morning. welcome to the kelly file. is now reporting that federal prosecutors have convened a grand jury against mateen's wife, noor salman, seeking to charge her as an accessory to 49 counts of murder and 59 counts of attempted murder. salman made her first public appearance, retrieving belongings from the apartment she and mateen shared along with thr


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